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Questions in the House of Commons

In the Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) Order debate yesterday, Thursday 26 February, in response to a question from Nick Thomas-Symonds, James Brokenshire said: “Equally, I will take this opportunity to underline, in relation to the prevention work for those involved in...

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Muslim activist reinstated to Plaid Cymru

Sahar Al-Faifi, a Welsh human rights activist and Regional Manager for MEND, has had her membership to Plaid Cymru reinstated. She was initially suspended following a campaign of sustained online Islamophobic abuse and accusations of anti-Semitism for some of her historical comments regarding...

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MEND writes to the Prime Minister

Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson House of Commons London SW1A 0AA Dear Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson, In light of the tragic deaths of at least nine individuals in Germany this morning, I am writing to you on behalf of Muslim Engagement and Development (MEND) to bring to your attention the global threat of...

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MEND: Statement on Regents Park Mosque Attack

While we wait further details as to whether the the attack on a Mu’adhin in Regent’s Park Mosque this afternoon was indeed Islamophobic in nature, MEND wishes to share its support to all those affected by such events and encourages anyone experiencing Islamophobia to contact our...

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After Hanau, the global rise of the far-right cannot be ignored

In light of the tragic deaths of at least nine individuals in Germany this morning, MEND wishes to extend its thoughts and best wishes to all those affected by politically motivated violence. While the multiple factors and unanswered questions surrounding this case cannot be overlooked, the role of...

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MEND: Hanau Statement

In light of the tragic deaths of at least nine individuals in Germany this morning, MEND wishes to extend its thoughts and best wishes to all those affected by politically motivated violence. While the multiple factors and unanswered questions surrounding this case cannot be overlooked, the role of...

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Facebook’s complicity in far-right hate

The issue of hate on social media has garnered huge attention over recent years, with issues ranging from democracy being undermined, to the cyberbullying of minors being splashed across newspapers. In response, large social media platforms have undertaken a number of public steps to demonstrate...

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